Artist: Agasse Jacques Laurent Switzerland 1767 to 1849





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Jacques Agasse was born in Geneva in one of the oligarchic families who represented the republic. From his initial age, he spent his youth mid-year days in their bequest in Crevin. He built up his affection for ponies and livestock there and went through his day noticing and painting them. He additionally joined the Ecole du Calabri and later concentrated under David in Paris. While returning from Geneva, he moved to England in 1802, where he lived until he passed on in 1849. He is regularly known as the Swiss Stubbs in view of his capacity to re-make creatures’ life structures works of art. His oil works of art’s subjects are touchy and are extremely naturalistic. His artworks are respected among the best of this period.